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Poetry Unbound

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Poetry Unbound

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Your poetry ritual: An immersive reading of a single poem, guided by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Unhurried, contemplative and energizing. New episodes on Monday and Friday, about 15 minutes each. Two seasons per year, with occasional special offerings. Anchor your life with poetry.
 
OneTaste (onetaste.us), a community of the world's leading experts in mindful sexuality recite their handcrafted poetry about love, sexuality, intimacy, and romance. Sharing personal experiences, based on their direct experience of investigating the body, spirit and mind in connection, these poets will inspire and intrigue you. Hear their words on spontaneity, surrender, desire and jealousy. Understand what it’s like to leave no part out.
 
Welcome to the Poetic One Podcast where rhyme is life and poetry is in motion. The podcast that will touch on topics that are going on in the world and the main subject matter of course, poetry. This is the first ever podcast by Author Gabrial Grant and a way to break the ice on public poetry reading. If you like what you hear feel free to donate to the Cash App $PoeticGabe or the PayPal @ paypal.me/novelexpressions and support the movement as I keep my media independent, keep poetry alive a ...
 
I write poetry. A lot of poetry. I like reading poetry. If you're listening to this, you probably like hearing poetry. Every week I'll be reading a different poem of mine, carefully selected from either my poetry blog (poetry.nicoletabat.com) or from my unpublished poems and occasionally from the published ones. New episodes come out every Monday.
 
The primary objective of The Helix Center for Interdisciplinary Investigation is not to obtain knowledge, per se, but to aspire to an unhurried search for wisdom, emphasizing the centrality of a sense of wonder in this endeavor. Philosophically, we stand against the trivialization of thought and the balkanization within and between the sciences and the arts. Fundamental to our promotion of these views is our roundtable format of open, spontaneous discourse, one facilitating novel encounters ...
 
Rumi's Poetry points to The Divine, The Universal Mystery in everyday life: from the most mundane to the most profound. Inspired by Rumi and his Poetry, we offer mystical poetry readings and vignettes from Rumi, Hafez (or Hafiz), Kabir & others. One podcast episode is published per week. Subscribing to this channel means you will receive updates for RumiTime content only.
 
This is simply me reading stuff. "Stuff" being poems and literature and essays and letters. And I'm also talking and praising and laughing and almost crying and hating and living and dying and loving and some other stuff. I try to keep this under 20 minutes because I have a deep fear of boring people.
 
Are you looking for creative inspiration? Poetry is Freedom, hosted by LaRisa Denise, is a podcast that centers Black and Brown artists using one of the most liberatory mediums in existence: poetry. As the title suggests, she considers poetry a freedom we must protect and advance at all costs. Each week listeners will hear a popular poem, a few reflective questions to inspire your own writing, and a piece from the host. Tune in if you love poetry, need more poetry from marginalized communiti ...
 
This podcast is dedicated to performing Poetry Readings of mine that deal with all life, love, mental health, and a broad range of poetic expressionism. Join my e-mail list at DeLaSoulChild.com if you’d like to get updates on new content releases. You can also find my Music on all streaming platforms under, “De La Soul Child,” or click the link here, https://open.spotify.com/artist/3ngBsaKvHXCTrdTN79PfvO?si=mqlVw3arRd6gi-OvaZjZqQ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unloadingpoetry/support
 
A collection in celebration of 2012 Year of Reading Australia. Readers chose fiction, non fiction and poetry - we only asked that the readings should have some sort of Australian hook. So they can be by an Australian author, or about Australia, or just have a prominent bit of Australianess in the plot. Failing that: even being performed by Australians will do! And that the works should be PD in Australia and the U.S.A. Introduction by Annise
 
The Shaman's Den will arouse, inspire, move, threaten you, not with sound bites, but with a two hour (usually longer) feast of live streaming video show. You might get an in-studio concert of bands from around the world...or poetry reading...or an in-depth conversation about politics, art, music, and LIFE with extremely dangerous people! But then you may see beautiful women naked dancing erotically. You never know, because you are in THE SHAMAN'S DEN with Frank Moore.
 
Classic Poetry Aloud gives voice to poetry through podcast recordings of the great poems of the past. Our library of poems is intended as a resource for anyone interested in reading and listening to poetry. For us, it's all about the listening, and how hearing a poem can make it more accessible, as well as heightening its emotional impact. See more at: www.classicpoetryaloud.com
 
Bonjour à tous and welcome to Easy French Poetry where I read some of the most Classic French Poems. I will read them twice: once slowly - so you may repeat after me - and once at a more natural reading pace. I will sometimes also talk about the life of the author, explain the vocabulary or do an analysis of the text using simple, everyday French. You will find the full text of the poems accompanied by the audio on my website FrenchToday.com as well as much more audio material such as The Ea ...
 
This is the San Francisco Haight Street poetry podcast TV, Mystic Babylon, created by John Rhodes. On this podcast we will have all the poets from the open mics, and poetry readings in the San Francisco Bay Area, on this program. Type in "Mystic Babylon" to iTunes and subscribe. Earlier podcasts will be archived on the web podcast pages that can be a accessed by big "Click Here" pictures, where it says Program Archives.To download the archives to iTunes go to "Advanced" in the iTunes Menu, c ...
 
Welcome & Thank you for joining Royal Talk! A place where love, life, and worldly issues will be discussed throughout the course of each month. Each week we will air different topics, speak about how things can change and be dealt with, have interviews with professionals as well as everyday individuals. Multiple co-hosts, poetry readings, open mic night, music and much more. Royal Talk is for the young as well as the old...all will enjoy! Please join me your host K. Moffitt every Mon., Wed., ...
 
READ gives you an insight into the groundbreaking literary research from Durham University’s world-class Department of English Studies. Our podcasts feature lectures by our researchers, as well as poetry readings and interviews with authors. Visit our blog and follow us on social media, or find out more about the Department of English Studies.
 
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Reading West

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Reading West

Lisa Guenther: Author, reader, and journalist

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This podcast features Western Canadian authors reading from their novels, short fiction, poetry, memoirs, or non-fiction. It is created and hosted by Saskatchewan novelist Lisa Guenther. Reading West features published authors from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. For the most part, the podcast focuses on literature (contemporary CanLit), but writers working in other genres are welcome.
 
Locust Radio is Locust Review’s monthly podcast on the weird, the political, and where they intersect in fiction, art, poetry and creativity. Hosted by editors Tish Markley, Adam Turl and Alexander Billet, Locust Radio features discussions of the radical weird, history and current events, interviews with artists, writers, and musicians, and readings of conceptual art, poetry and fiction. Read more at locustreview.com. To get bonus content and subscribe to Locust Review, support us on Patreon ...
 
A weekly podcast that brings you exclusive interviews with artists, musicians, performers, etc. Throatcast is based in, but not limited to the Brooklyn area. These episodes also include special segments such as L-Train Missed Connections, poetry and short story readings, and much much more!
 
An online radio show ARCHIVE that is geared toward survivors of any trauma. We are all a survivor or secondary survivor of something; whether it's sexual abuse, domestic violence, chronic illness or cancer, P.T.S.D., Mental Illness, grief...ect, and it is important to understand that we are not alone. We can heal and bring awareness to some of the most personal issues facing this world today. Ginger & Haullie touch on certain topics in these archived broadcasts. Listen to special guest inter ...
 
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Finding A Voice

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Finding A Voice

CFRC.ca Podcast Network

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This is a showcase of a weekly series of spoken word shows, ‘finding a voice’, aired on CFRC 101.9fm, Kingston, ON – Show’s host/blog space manager, Bruce Kauffman at bruce.kauffman@hotmail.com — Notice: Some short segments of these blogs may only very occasionally contain strong/mature language.
 
Reading Mission is a live podcast where we read some of our favourite books about mission, justice, and social change together. Each fortnight, Mitch and Emily will be sitting down to chat through and wrestle with books about local, national, and global mission and development. Participate live at embody.org.au/discord.
 
The Word Wide World Radio Network (W.W.R.N) hosts several awesome online radio programs on poetry and writing, which feature interviews with authors, reviews of new and forthcoming books, discussions on the process and craft of writing, publication, new media and much, much more! The following shows are part of The Moe Green Poetry Discussion (hosted by Rafael Alvarado, Melissa F Alvarado, Brett Candace and Tracy Darling), The Nebraska Girl Lit Hour ( hosted By Melissa F. Alvarado )The Blood ...
 
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In this episode, Mitch and Emily join the Finer Things Club and chat through the power of poetry and art to help us experience the divine, and give voice to the raw emotion of life in a complex and often difficult world. Covered in this episode: Chapter 3, Hebrew Poetry and the Awesome Truth. Get a copy of Make Poverty Personal from your local book…
 
In this episode, Mitch and Emily wrestle with what it really means to make poverty personal in our globalised, consumeristic western culture. Covered in this episode: Chapter 5, The Gospels and Messianic Transformation. Get a copy of Make Poverty Personal from your local bookstore or Christian retailer, or online. -- Join the conversation: http://e…
 
Episode 15 The Lilies by Mona Arshi Mona Arshi reads ‘The Lilies’ and discusses the poem with Mark McGuinness. https://media.blubrry.com/amouthfulofair/content.blubrry.com/amouthfulofair/15_The_Lilies_by_Mona_Arshi.mp3 This poem is from: Dear Big Gods by Mona Arshi Available from: Dear Big Gods is available from: The publisher: Pavilion Poetry, Liv…
 
Yeshiva students stand around in the middle of the night while firemen find the cause of the alarm. It’s a student — distressed by distressing news at home. The teachers cancel classes for the morning after. A poem can describe one thing, but point to another, and beyond the drama of this 2 a.m. scene is a question about whether the presence of God…
 
The FIRE episode Fire and Ice - Robert Frost Holy Ground. - Matthew Andrews : http://www.matthewjandrews.com This is Girt by Fire - JP Seabright : https://jpseabright.com Burning - Sarah Connor : https://fmmewritespoems.wordpress.com Where did this begin? - Nikki Dudley: https://www.nikkidudleywriter.com Eruption - Jared Beloff: https://www.jaredbe…
 
***This roundtable will be hosted virtually. To join webinar as an audience member, click here Supernatural and other circumventions of the natural process of conception have been an abundant wellspring for magical, mythological, and religious narratives. It was held that the widowed queen of an Egyptian pharaoh could pull his posthumous sperm into…
 
In a taxi, a poet speaks to the driver. It’s the only taxi in town. He mentions travel, mentions Afghanistan, that he was there with the forces. She’s from Afghanistan and the conversation continues — awkward; complicated; him trying to say good things, but failing; her feeling like she should rescue him, but deciding not to. War is upended by the …
 
"What I've aimed for as a translator is transparency, but in pieces, like high small windows in a tall room that let in only moving fragments of the picture of the sky." - Janet Hendrickson "Uhhhhh Sebastián, lions ARE cool." - Me LINKS: Buy Treasure of the Castilian or Spanish Language here: https://bookshop.org/books/treasure-of-the-castilian-or-…
 
I had too much fun reading for this little bonus episode I would like to apologise for not being very soft spoken or relaxing and for giggling and talking about unicorn hats, I just truly love reading in Scots and it makes me feel great. Tonight's poems were A man's a man for a that - Robert Burns In the mid mid-winter - Liz Lochhead Scotland to Qu…
 
This week, Gabrielle Bates and Jennifer Cheng read from their epistolary exchange, “So We Must Meet Apart,” published in the November 2021 issue of Poetry. Hosted by Su Cho, this conversation unabashedly feels through infertility, what no one tells you about giving birth, our fraught relationships to perfection, the experience of being in a body, a…
 
"Perhaps two in a thousand people like poetry." - Wislawa Szymborska “There’s a lot to think about isn’t there?” -Mr Rogers LINKS: Buy Wislawa Szymborska's "Here" here: https://bookshop.org/books/here-9780547592091/9780547592091 Buy "The Every" by Dave Eggers with my drawings on the cover here: https://electric-works.myshopify.com/collections/front…
 
Why do empty places sometimes lend themselves to reflection or contemplation? In this poem, a poet — describing herself as a nonbeliever — goes into a chapel to sit. In the corner there are some girls talking, there are stained glass windows, and the poet is at once at home in herself and far from the woman she loves. The high emptiness of the chur…
 
Poetry by Samuel Taylor Coleridge Helen J Aitken - Haiku http://helenjaitken.co.uk Ankh Spice - A place to stand, a lever https://femmesalvebooks.net/the-water-engine-by-ankh-spice/ Dr Paula Aamli - Standing Alone in the Rain Edward Thomas - Rain http://helenjaitken.co.uk Langston Hughes - The Negro speaks of Rivers https://www.poetryfoundation.org…
 
In a poem called a “Song,” Linda Hogan crafts a song for turtles and other creatures killed through oil spills in the gulf. At once a praise song for the beauty of the sea, the earth, and its animals, this song also functions as a lament: for the history erased by industrial practices; for the lack of respect and love for living breathing other-tha…
 
This episode I take a deep dive into the Kyle Rittenhouse case and verdict. I discuss the various counts that were charged and cleared and I also read poetry I wrote as well.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/author-gabrial-grant/support…
 
Aria Aber joins Kevin Young to read “Half Light,” by Frank Bidart, and her own poem “Dirt and Light.” Aber is a Whiting Award recipient, a current Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, and the author of “Hard Damage,” which won the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry.Di WNYC Studios and The New Yorker
 
In this episode, Mitch and Emily discuss the prophetic nature of The Simpsons and the importance of having prophetic voices speaking into our own lives at a time such as this. Covered in this episode: Chapter 4, Prophetic Ministry - Radical Hope from the Margins. Get a copy of Make Poverty Personal from your local bookstore or Christian retailer, o…
 
Episode 14 They Flee from Me by Sir Thomas Wyatt Mark McGuinness reads and discusses ‘They Flee from Me’ by Sir Thomas Wyatt. https://media.blubrry.com/amouthfulofair/content.blubrry.com/amouthfulofair/14_They_Flee_from_Me_by_Sir_Thomas_Wyatt.mp3 Poet Sir Thomas Wyatt Reading and commentary Mark McGuinness They Flee from Me by Sir Thomas Wyatt They…
 
This episode celebrates the tiny creatures that share our world. The Poems are: To a Mouse, by Robert Burns And another thing... by Ellie Rees Deathwatch Beetle by Linda Pastan Plan B by Teo Eve Locusts by Robert Morgan A bird in the house by Robin Blaser Joy by Miller Oberman Barbastelle by Paul Brookes Migration of Birds by Gary Snyder The Hare b…
 
The exile’s return to the motherland is the theme around which Lory Bedikian’s poem “On the Way to Oshagan” circles. She, a proud Armenian, stops by a roadside stall on a trip to her home country; and is immediately understood as an Amerigatzi, even though she’s speaking Armenian, not English. The poem could end with this awkward exchange, but inst…
 
Telling some of the story of the Flower Wars of the Aztec era, Nico Amador’s poem pits wars against creation. In a poem that begins by recalling creation myths from multiple cultures, he then poses questions about why: Why would people sacrifice their own people to keep a god happy? Why would any god benefit from people’s deaths? Evoking how the Fl…
 
“He who cannot howl will not find his pack.” - Charles Simic "...unusual feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment, unexpected and more abiding than usual." - Joseph Cornell LINKS: Buy Charles Simic's Dime-Store Alchemy here: https://www.nyrb.com/products/dime-store-alchemy-1?variant=1094929469 Order my 2021 Headstone Greeting Cards here: https://…
 
This episode is all about music. Poems that talk about music, or musical instruments, specific songs or use music as a metaphor. It features: Lyrics by Paul Simon Poetry by: Victor Hernandez Cruz Adam Zagajewski Jim Young Rebecca Wolff Rainer Maria Rilke Siegfried Sassoon Ginny Henson Emilie Buchwald Regine Ebner Marion Ashton, and George Szirtes A…
 
This week, a celebration of collaboration. Su Cho had the honor of speaking with poets and scholars Kimberly Blaeser, Molly McGlennen, and Margaret Noodin. They talk about how language is a kind of time travel; it helps us preserve our memories, but also puts us in conversation with our ancestors and larger histories. You’ll hear from their collabo…
 
In a poem that directly addresses Robert Frost’s “Mending Wall,” Darrel Alejandro Holnes asks questions: who gets to build walls, or guard borders?. Do good fences really make good neighbors? Taking a poem that’s been part of an American imagination both of poetry and of citizenship, Darrel offers a critique that places contemporary migrant experie…
 
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